Oops, I Dropped the Lemon Tart

Oops, I Dropped the Lemon Tart

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This book makes important points about mitigating anxiety in young children - Kirkus Reviews

Absolutely super delightful It is the perfect message mistakes to learn at a very young age. Each elementary school class and library should have copies of this amazing book. Having taught elementary, and first grade especially for many years, this is exactly how these young children/students feel. They do think mistakes are bad, but it is very important that they learn mistakes are really the best tickets to their successful future. We learn best through our mistakes. I especially love the manner this book is presented in such a positive, caring and loving way. - ITEEA

Lucy was always cheerful and adventurous, but one day she started worrying about everything. She didn't want to try new things because she didn't want to make mistakes. The only place she was happy was at her dad's restaurant, where she would work with her best friend, Evan. It is there that she discovers that something beautiful can come from making a mistake

A captivating and encouraging story about fear of failure. Based on a true story for children ages 6 and up.

  • Guided Reading Level L

    Author: An Swerts
    Publisher: Clavis
    Published: 09/15/2020
    Pages: 48
    Binding Type: Hardcover
    Weight: 0.95lbs
    Size: 10.30h x 9.90w x 0.40d
    ISBN: 9781605375793
    Audience: Ages 9-12

    Review Citation(s):
    Kirkus Reviews 09/01/2020

    About the Author
    An Swerts grew up in Geel, Belgium. She studied pharmacy and taught sciences at a college, but later realized her true calling was writing and went back to school to receive a degree in journalism. Today An spends most of her time writing. Picture books are her biggest passion.

    Eline van Lindenhuizen was born in Meppel (Netherlands) on June 29th in 1983 and now lives in Kampen. From 2001 until 2006 she studied illustration at the Minerva Academy in Groningen. She loves drawing, books, and flea markets.